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“Then I found Odysseus in the thick of slaughtered corpses; there he stood and all around him, over the beaten floor, the bodies sprawled in heaps, lying one on another” (Book 23, line 48-50)
"He’s here—Odysseus—he’s come home, at long last! He’s killed the suitors, swaggering young brutes who plagued his house, wolfed his cattle down, rode roughshod over his son!” (Book 23, line 7-10)
“But if he is truly Odysseus, home at last, make no mistake: we two will know each other, even better— we two have secret signs, known to us both but hidden from the world.”
"Odysseus, long-enduring, broke into a smile and turned to his son with pointed, winging words:” (Book 23, Line 126-132)
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